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Murakami fans can look forward to an immersive soundtrack experience with 1966 Quartet (above) and pianist Chihiro Yamanaka, who has been hailed as one of jazz's greatest talents.

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Murakami fans can look forward to an immersive soundtrack experience with 1966 Quartet and pianist Chihiro Yamanaka (above), who has been hailed as one of jazz's greatest talents.

Melodic cadence of Murakami's words

Oct 16, 2015 5:50 AM

IF anyone wanted to create soundtracks for books, Japanese writer Haruki Murakami's works would be the perfect fit.

The former jazz bar owner-turned-novelist is known to infuse his books with classical, jazz and American pop music - often naming his books after songs and having his

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